Research Bow was launched in 2019 with the vision to create a platform to share advice, experiences and news with our community of postgraduate research (PGR) students in the School of Health in Social Science...
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Meet our passionate and enthusiastic team of editors, proofreaders, social media managers and much valued reviewers! If you want to be involved in any of these roles all you have to do is to get...
We are excited to present to you the third research centre in our blog series: The Edinburgh Centre for Research...Read More "The Edinburgh Centre for Research on the Experience of Dementia (ECRED)"
We are back with that time of the year! The time where we gather our drafts together and start on...Read More "A Lookback: First Year (Annual) Review"
I completed my master's degree at the University of Edinburgh in 2018. Although it was only one year long, I...Read More "Learning to be your international self"
This Saturday, on March 20th, we are celebrating the 'International Day of Happiness'. I have to be honest, it feels strange to write about happiness...Read More "International Day of Happiness: when hope is needed the most!"
There is no doubt that people like to live and work in civilized, comfortable and pleasant surroundings like bright and airy rooms, colourful walls, a few pots of plants by the windows. But very few people...Read More "To Create Your Own Oasis- Plantings, Mental Health and Well-being"
On a cold February afternoon, I posted a special invitation on a Facebook group in Edinburgh called ‘The Meadows Share’. I asked if anyone would be willing to share any advice for themselves when they are having a bad day. My goal was to create a short film that reaches people, so I figured it would be great to feature as …Read More "Is it Okay to Have a Bad Day? A Docu-Music Video"
When I tell people that I am studying gestational diabetes as part of my PhD, I mostly receive a blank stare or a vague “oh,...Read More "World Diabetes Day: Self-compassion, physical activity and gestational diabetes "